February 12, 2013 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Fremont PD
Residential Burglary on Puttenham Way; entry via back door. Loss was a flat screen TV & power saw.
Armed Robbery at Fremont/Sundale. Female victim was robbed by a black male, 20's 6 feet tall, thin build with a black mask and a black handgun. He took money from her and fled on foot. Area check resulted in two stops, but not the suspect.
A 1996 Honda Odyssey, Silver, was reported stolen from Country Lane Apts.
A strong armed robbery occurred at Ardenwood and Commerce at 5:45 p.m. Victim is robbed of his necklace and suspect flees on foot. Investigated by Officer Dooley.
An armed robbery was reported on Lana Terrace at 7:30 p.m. The female victim is robbed of her cell phone at gunpoint. Suspect flees on foot. Investigated by Officer Dooley.
A female was walking to her apartment on 3500 block of Pennsylvania Ave at 7:50 p.m. when she is grabbed from behind. She screams and runs off. She is not injured and calls the police. Case investigated by Officer Greenberg.
Residential burglary on Winding; entry via rear slider. Ofcr Chahouati investigating.
Residential burglary on Lippert. Officer Soper investigating.
A suspicious male in a brown van parked on Kimbro St. was seen looking at kids at Maloney Elementary through binoculars. This occurred at about 9:30 a.m. When the custodian approached, the male drove off. White male in his '30's wearing a dark jacket.
Employees of Centerville Saw and Tool - Peralta Blvd. called to advise an elderly male had just been carjacked in the lot. Turns out the suspect (white female) had started an altercation with three females across the street who were now chasing after her. The suspect jumped into the victim vehicle, forcing the victim out of the car. The three original battery victims intervened and attempted to help the elderly male. Unfortunately the suspect got the car keys and fled the area westbound. A short time later hit and run calls came in from Fremont/Decoto and Fremont/Ferry with the second location being an assault with a deadly weapon, as the suspect rammed the victim vehicle multiple times. S.N.A.R.E. was invoked and Hayward picked up the vehicle near 2nd and "B" street where the driver did another hit and run to get away. A pursuit was initiated and ended with the vehicle crashing into a F150 pick-up. The suspect foot bailed, and was ultimately arrested (One in custody - six crime scenes - two jurisdictions). Lead investigation by Officer N. Johnson.
Officer Contrada is dispatched to the Sundale South Apartments for a report of an auto burglary. Officer Contrada discovers two additional auto burglaries. A hispanic male and white male suspect were scared off by Security prior to PD arrival.
Units are dispatched to Gilbert Ct. on a report of subjects attempting to break into multiple cars. The Reporting Party then advised that he was following the suspects who fled the scene after he scared them off. The R/P lost the vehicle in the area of Stevenson and Paseo Padre. No crime could be substantiated and it appears as if the suspects had only been trying car door handles. Case investigated by Officer Gilfoy.
Officer Settle is dispatched to a report of a stolen vehicle that just occurred at 46800 Crawford St. R/P reported that his work truck (white Ford with "All State Plumbing" markings and two ladders) had been stolen within 2-3 minutes. The vehicle is SNARE'd and Newark PD picks up the vehicle N/B 880 at Thornton. NPD conducts a high-risk stop at Harder and Soto in Hayward. A 40 yr old male is arrested for Auto theft.
At 7 p.m., 43300 block of Paseo Padre. Female Victim (who is home alone sleeping) hears noises downstairs. She calls out for her husband, believing he is now home, gets no response, but still hears activity. When she phones her husband he advised that he is miles away "driving". Victim hangs up, calls 911, and locks herself in a bedroom upstairs. When officers arrive it's discovered that the suspect(s) attempted to force entry into the house via the front door and then went into the rear yard where they broke out the rear slider.
Officer Kwok is flagged down by a passerby who reported a subject tagging a building at Fremont/Thornton. The tagger flees on foot from Officer Kwok. Officer Kwok locates the tagger a few minutes later at Fremont/Bonde. The 17 year old male juvenile admits to tagging at least five different buildings in the Fremont/Thornton corridor. The juvenile was also listed in MUPS as a runaway. The juvenile was released to his parents.
A residential burglary was reported at 4800 Block of Regents Park Lane. Loss undetermined.